While the tiny £3,500 budget for Greg Hall’s debut feature about inner City London life, The Plague, may be visible through some of the cracks, there’s no
Frustrated by the lack of creative freedom at their respective animation studios and a burning desire to work in music promos and stretch their design ideas
An eight-year-old boy called Mir Hussain, living in a cave in Bamiyan, Afghanistan may not appear to be the most obvious choice for a feature length
In partial homage to the sensation of dark imagination in the work of Tim Hope, Roman Dirge and Tim Burton, Anita Shukla’s animated short The Scent of
A well-worn maxim suggests that it’s always best to create stories about ‘what you know’, and Yousaf Ali Khan’s accomplished short
Mildred is an eccentric, bird-like woman who desperately tries to do her job to the best of her ability – only there’s little to do and the more
UK director Candida Scott Knight's 'Mercy' tells the story of Ben, a young boy who’s bullied at school and neglected at home by his heroin-addict mother.
“I don’t know anything about that jigga jigga stuff – you play that and I’ll play this!” – Paul Humphrey What happens when
Making counting to ten one of the creepiest things ever shown on screen, Brendan Muldowney’s The 10 Steps will have you going to bed with the lights on
Remote tells the story of an amalgam of the fairer sex and TV. Despite the modest £1000 budget, director John Burns was confident the 90-second film could be
Turning insomnia to his advantage, director Alnoor Dewshi developed the concept for his astounding short 77 Beds whilst finding an alternative to counting
Animation, Art & Fashion
In Consider Yourself at Home, Tim’s daily routine is interrupted by a song from his dead wife that sets in motion a descent into the surreal. A project
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